MLA Book Citation
Last Name, First Name Middle Initial. Title of Book. Publisher, Publication Year.
Ermann, M . David, Mary B. Williams, and Michael S. Shauf, eds. Computers, Ethics, and Society. Oxford UP, 1997.
Odell, Lee, et al. Elements of Language. Holt, 2001.
Sternberg, Elaine. Just Business: Business Ethics in Action. 2nd ed., Oxford UP, 2000.
Utah Association of Counties. Utah County Facts Book. Utah Association of Counties, 1981.
MLA Chapter or Authored Section of an Edited Book/ebook Citation
Last Name, First Name Middle Initial. "Title of Chapter." Title of Book, edition, edited by Editor's name(s), Publisher, Year, Pages.
Last Name, First Name Middle Initial. "Title of Article." Title of Book: Subtitle of Book, edited by Editor's name(s). Publisher, Year, Pages. Online Source, URL. Date of access.
Grealy, Lucy. "Fear Itself." The Broadview Anthology of Expository Prose, 7th ed, edited by Tammy Roberts, et al., Broadview, 2002, pp. 450-61.
Jorgansen, Jeana. "Strategic Silences: Voiceless Heroes in Fairy Tales." A Quest of Her Own: Essays on the Female Hero in Modern Fantasy, edited by Lori M. Campbell, McFarland, 2014, pp 15-34. Ebrary, site.ebrary.com/lib/vcsu/reader.action?ppg=24&docID=10882871&tm=1478711871861. Accessed 9 Nov. 2016.
MLA eBook Citation